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that have come through and the team that came through and helped and supported us all after the incident, we can't fault them. >>> lieutenant cavarese has been with the department since 1994. he is currently on administrative duty and he's also turned in two weapons. his service weapon and his personal firearm. >>> and in 12 minutes a new development in the case of the suspended sheriff ross mirkarimi. the decision on whether to pursue charges against the mayor. >>> a santa clara probation officer was injured after he shot himself in the leg. authorities say two people have been taken into custody but are not releasing any more details. we do have a crew arriving at the scene and we'll bring you more information during this newscast. >>> a trip to the russian river turned deadly today for a young man from santa rosa. firefighters were called to sunset beach river park in forestville around 4:20 this afternoon. sheriff's deputies say the victim was a 20-year-old young man. they said he was swimming with friends when he went under water. friends say he flew how to swim and wasn't drinking or
>>> she's out of the hospital after a bout with flesh eating bacteria and telling us how a small cut nearly cost her her life. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. it's the kind of ordeal that's hard to imagine. tonight a bay area 12-year-old is recovering from a near fatal case of flesh eating bacteria. new at 10:00, debra villalon is live in sonoma county where it all started with just a small cut on her knee. >> a cut that led to a life threatening infection. missy pendington had hoped to show her lamb at the fair. but missy is not getting around the family farm like she used to after she lost the skin on her right leg, almost the leg itself to flesh eating bacteria. >> yeah it was just a cut and they stitched it up. >> reporter: just a one inch cut above the knee needing six stitches. two days later, swelling, pain and fever and back at the local er the doctor rushed to air lift her to children's hospital. >> i knew i had to rush her. >> by the time we got to the hospital, it was up her thigh and to her ankle. >> reporter: this is the metal missy caugh
. >> park guests told us they were worried that rides at the park stopped regularly. >> there were problems on the cobra, and medusa and boomerang two, they weren't really working. >> reporter: but a park official says that's common and serves as a security provisions. reporting live in vallejo, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> this is not the first time there's been roller coaster trouble at the six flags in august of 2010 the boomerang ride got stuck for about an hour with about 20 people on board. luckily it was stuck in the up right position. 28 passengers were stranded and those passengers were stuck in a sideways position. six of the riders were treated for heat related problems but there were no serious injuries. >>> an amber alert is in effect for a 16-year-old girl. police believe the teen was kidnapped by two men involved in a homicide. she's about 5'tall, weighs about 130 pounds and had brown hairs and eyes. she also has a tattoo that says 3-10-10. serrano went missing after two men were killed in her father's home in san ardo. investigators believe her boyfriend juan manuel salazar an
in april. john mogeloff says the project is a good use of this space. >> it's an empty parcel and here we have a community that has said what they want. >> reporter: the development project would boost the city's tax revenue. >> one of the thing that is the city council has to look at is it's an opportunity for development. also an opportunity to revitalize a part of san pablo avenue the gate way to the city that could use a little help right now. >> reporter: i just checked in, they are still taking public comment. frank and julie we will be here monitoring the situation and if the city council does vote on rezoning in this newscast we'll bring it to you live. reporting live tonight here in albany, i'm heather holmes. >>> wilfredo "flaco" reyes is awaiting sentencing. ramos received that it was reyes who was the actual killer. and ramos attorney is suspicious about the timing of this arrest. >> one can only think they put off arresting this man because they knew if they got them in during edwin's trial the truth would come out that edward did not murder the bolonia family. >>> jury secti
and wounded and -- in one of the worse mass shootings in u.s. history. good evening everyone i'm heather holmes. >> and i'm ken wayne. as aurora struggles to heal, president obama speaks to those who lost loved ones. >> my main task was to serve as a representative of the entire country and let them know that we are thinking about them at this moment and will continue to think about them each and every day. >> reporter: the president said he came not only as president but also as a father and a husband. he said family shared tears, accepted hugs but also shared laughter as they recalled their loved ones. seven people remained in critical condition tonight in the hospital. president obama visited today during his stop in colorado. meantime a huge crowd showed up to honor those who did not survive. ktvu's eric rasmussen was at that vigil and tells us what the governor did not say about the suspect, eric. >> reporter: we've seen some incredible tributes to the victim's really since we got here on friday. just take a look at the crosses, they were brought in by the same man who brought in cr
the owner hasn't taken a position. >> the voters can decide but it's not up to us. >> reporter: other merchants say a ban is necessary because some people sitting on the sidewalk are disruptive and intimidate customers. >> people tell us that they don't come to telegraph as much anymore, telegraph avenue because they don't like the sidewalks here. >> reporter: opponents packed into tonight's meeting and some carried signs they said the proposed signs discriminate signs -- against the homeless. >> they are going to fine someone who seemed impoverished over a person that doesn't. >>> if the council votes to put the proposed ban. it will go into effect july 2013. a citation will carry a $75 fine or community service. if there is a vote during our newscast we will of course bring it to you. reporting live here in berkeley, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a motorists survived a very close call this evening after she lost control of her van and plunged about 100 yards down an enbankment. the officer happened shortly after 6:00 off skyline boulevard in the oakland hills. firefighters wer
teamed up to serve warrants. they brought a mobile lab to each location. >> this van allows us to determine whether or not there's enough probably cause for arrest. >> reporter: ismael arragon was arrested, police say after viewing the images they see it's haunting. >> some of it does stay with you and acts as a motivation to try to clean the streets up from this kind of a problem. >> reporter: police say the 32- year-old man arrested at this home is married and works at a local hardware store and detectives like most people arrested for child porn he did not have a criminal record. >>> here are four mug shots of people arrested today. and here are five other photos. officers arrested a total of 15 men today. >>> a san francisco medical examiner has identified a man who was shot and killed yesterday by police. a female officer shot 32-year- old prolong at washington and davis street near the embarcadero after he lunged at the officer with a box cutter. minutes ago the man used that box cutter to injure a coworker. >>> in san francisco, police named a driver today who was involv
that you get stabbed at? come on! >> reporter: a neighbor told us it's not the first time smith hosted a large party. last year, he signed a four-year $14 million contract with the 49ers and was a standout in his rookie season. in january, he was arrested for dui in miami beach. >> 22 year-old getting that kind of a contract? it's going to happen again. and i think the '9ers are going to come down on him because we just don't accept that. >> reporter: the sheriff's office says smith and the two victims were taken to local hospitals but were not seriously injured. the director of public relations said "we were in contact with with aldon and thankful his injuries are not more serious." one neighbor told us smith's parties have gotten out of hand before. >> they were shooting guns? >> yeah, they were shooting guns. >> reporter: you see the sheriff's vehicle posted on the private road. this is as far as we're able to go. the investigators are coming and going all day along. the 49 ares are in communication -- the 49ers are communication in authorities as they try to find out exactly what
that the memorial in aurora, colorado had to physically hold each other up. one 17-year-old told us he lost two friends. >> just hearing that phone call, that two of your friends got shot is just devastating news to me. >> it's completely surreal. >> reporter: sisters melia and linnea schurig were in theater 8, along the wall that separated them from theater 9 where a gunman opened fire on the theater. but then a fragment of a bullet fired through a wall hit a friend in the arm one row behind him. >> the instinct was to get out and when we got out, it was bigger. people were yelling there is a shooter. >> reporter: the sisters escaped unhurt and have rejoined their mother and friends at an annual convention for a group who dedicate to help young people who stutter. but as they watched the grief gripping this part of colorado, the schurigs know how lucky they are. >> if it can gone different ways we could have been one of the 126789 we were just really lucky and feel that the tragedy is the ones that weren't as lucky. >> those two sisters told eric who their friend who was shot was released
: this family from pennsylvania told us, its their first time visiting san francisco, and this 4th of july is special. mom and dad are from jordan, and this is their first independence day as american citizens. >> just the respect that everybody gets. the respect of religion, the respect of origin. just the heritage. >> reporter: the couple told always us they want their children to know why they're celebrating today. >> they know what independence means, like the 4th of july. yeah, it means a lot to be free. >> reporter: the san francisco based group zoo station entertained folks who arrived early. >> we decided to do san francisco this year. >> reporter: the fireworks show producer told us 6,000 explosives were used to dazzle the audience. they came away impressed by what they saw. reporting live in san francisco, amber lee, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> here's another look now at those fireworks. news chopper 2 is in the area and got a great overhead view of tonight's show. you can see that the fog held off just long enough for the folks to see the show. started around 9:30 and lasted 23 mi
of this so called internet black out. here at the internet cafe, this group tells us they still do have internet access, but in the last hour service providers like at&t and verizon says they are ramping up for a gluten of computer users. >> reporter: at 9:00 p.m. tonight, the end of internet service for thousands. >> there will be people who can't get on the internet. they are estimates nationwide it's 50 or 60,000. >> reporter: for months, facebook, google and the fbi have warned computer users to check for malware that for years had redistricted web users to a site. >> by sending you to that look alike site, the hackers made money. >> reporter: the fbi took down the hackers that created the malware last year. tonight the agency took down the safety net it created to keep malware victims from suddenly losing internet access. >> i must have been living in a cave here. >> reporter: khurana had not heard the warning until tonight. it took just a moment to find out if his website was infected with malware it wasn't. relief caused him to blast his friends a last minute warning. service pro
nick, daniel, alexa and janaya. let's hear you. join us next week at 8:00/7:00 central. stay tuned for your local news. i'm cat deeley. >>> when he wrapped my arm, i got stuck in a hard way. when he came inside the home. i said stop right now. >> the wife of ross mirkarimi is questioned about divorce, child custody, and a lot more during a contentious late night hearing. >> just minutes ago, the wife of ross mirkarimi concluded the initial phase of her highly anticipated testimony. she did not enter the hearing room until 8:45 tonight. she quickly made eye contact with her husband and smiled. this is the first time in months the two have been together in the same room. but they're not allowed to speak together, because of a protective order. amber lee is live right now at city hall. the testimony went so late it will have to continue tomorrow. >> reporter: a deputy city attorney questioned her about a number of issues, including her time in venezuela, her marriage to mirkarimi, and discusses about divorce and the new year's day argument they had. lopez arrived at city hall in a lim
n today. >>> the independence day holiday is upon us. the first big fireworks show actually took place tonight. in fact, it just wrapped up minutes ago with more on tap for tomorrow. good evening i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. today police begin their dui patrols. new at 10:00, matt keller is in campbell after riding with officers on dui patrol. >> reporter: looking deputies begin their dui patrol looking to keep drunk drivers off the roads. 18 kegs were ordered waiting for pick up as people get ready to celebrate independence day with a beer or two. >> a lot of the cocktail drinks and white wine is very hot this week and beer is the most popular thing. a lot of kegs. >> reporter: no holiday time off for santa clara county sheriff deputies. 700 people were arrested for drunk driving over the fourth of july weekend last year. tuttle is asking to add to that by watching signs. >> drifting within the lane or drifting tr lane to lane. >> reporter: a first time drunk driving conviction means you could lose your license for at least four months, face up to six months in
three months ago. her attorney told us her client returned without her and mirkarimi's young son theo. >> the commission is going to see that she's not afraid of ross, she loves ross, she feels some what invaded by this entire process. she's committed to her family, committed to ross, committed to her son. >> this happened yesterday. >> reporter: kenney told us lopez will put into context this emotional video made by neighbor madison of lopez displaying a bruise on her arm caused by mirkarimi. >> she got completely freaked out by what mrs. madison said to her regarding custody of theo. >> this is an only in san francisco story. >> reporter: former san francisco prosecutor jim hammer says mirkarimi's defense team is taking a chance. >> it's a last shot to change how people feel about this case. >> reporter: it's hard to say what people say on the bench. >> i've never seen a case that is solidly a political case. >> reporter: reporting live, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it is a big money court decision, a journey in alameda county has ordered reiser to sell $15 million to his chi
the gate. herr era was riding a gray horse number eight. a witness tells us that he started off strong and then fall back and got too close to another horse and was thrown on to to track. >> it seemed like he might have overcorrected and he came across the nine horse, clipped heels with the nine horse and stumbled badly and the jockey flew over the horse to the racetrack. >> reporter: officials say it appears that herr era might have been trampled. >> we had an ambulance that was following the race, emergency personnel responded immediately. he was taken to medical trauma in castro valley which he was then pronounced dead. >> reporter: county fair officials tell me they plan to remember herr era with a moment of silence before tomorrow's race. but this is just a shock for the racing community. the last fatality here was on july 5 back in 1975, ilan gonzalez, there's a memorial race that was named for him that is supposed to go on saturday. and i'm told that will go on. officials are conducting an investigation into the accident. reporting live, jana katsuyama, ktvu news. >>> a 3-year-o
are telling us why they don't plan to intervene. >> marine experts are monitoring that wayward dolphin that is creating a stir in south san francisco, and a bit of a concern as well. the dolphin was seen sweeping in colma creek. ken wayne is live now to tell us why animal experts plan to leave the dolphin alone, at least for now. >> we just saw the dolphin about 15 minutes ago, here in the darkness of colma creek. as best as we can tell, he's still in the area. what happens next to the dolphin is largely up to him. as the sunset behind the fog, the wayward dolphin seemed content to swim in the murky water. the creek is a channel behind a costco and next to industrial warehouses. workers shut off an ultrasonic device. >> reporter: tracy estrada spotted it this morning. >> i walk this trial every day with my coworkers, and i saw the fin sticking up out of the water. i thought shark. i finally figured out it was a dolphin. >> reporter: it's thought to be a bottle nose. cireious onlookers stop to watch. many expressing concern that the dolphin could be ill, or in danger. >> they're beautif
to tell us about the surprise move. >> reporter: all is quiet here but online many are talking about how she has been tapped to take the reigns. some say she can turn the company around. >> the 37-year-old is known to many many the tech worm as being smart and talented. news that she left her job as a tonight executive it be the ceo came as a surprise. she started as an engineer. she is responsible for creating google search and was the vice president of google maps and google services. she said i'm excited to start my new role tomorrow. on the yahoo campus employees said they are excited and hopeful. the company has had five co's in five-years and has been struggling to reestablish itself. now. where near as bad as apple when steve jobs took it over. it's what can be done, it's going to take a major effort. >> reporter: it was thought the interim chief executive would get the job. but analysts call this a major score for yahoo. >> i know her to be smart, driven, disciplined and demanding. so any team she puts together better expect all of that and be willing to drive hard. >> yahoo w
felony weapons and drug charges. law shared with us these photographs of what they found inside his jeep when they arrested him. 5800 rounds of ammunition, a shot gun, hand gun, marijuana, $900 in cash and a knife. >> we will do all we can to make sure we handle this case appropriately so this individual is unable to continue to be on the street. >> reporter: the da said investigators are still trying to find how he got the weapons. he first came to the attention of the police last month when he harassed threatened neighbors. >> he liked to say how he was in special ops. i know -- those people that tried to engage him. >> reporter: police say during the first encounter with him he allowed them to search the vehicle. at that time they found a loaded shot gun and a rifle. he was taken to the hospital and later release. investigators want to know how he got more ammunition and weapons in the three weeks between the two times they had contact with him. police credit alert neighbors for keeping him off the street. >> we have a great working relationship with the community and they didn't h
death of preston orlando a tragic accident. they did not reveal how it happened but say the gun used was not the service weapon of preston's father and san jose police officer brandon orlando. >> we have determined that the firearm that was used was a personally owned firearm. at this time i'm not able to divulge who it belonged to. and i can also confirm that it did not belong to any government agency. >> reporter: other children were at the house at the time of the shooting but determined they were not directly involved. now officers are looking into other circumstances. >> one of those things will be how firearms were stored at the time of the resident. >> reporter: accident prevention act allows for adults to be responsible for a shooting. >> to put a safety lock would probably be the best. to empty out the bullets. >> reporter: no arrests have been made but the law is clear. if the person a parent or guardian no arrest of the person for the alleged violation shall occur until at least seven days after the accidental shooting. defense attorney steve davidson has worked gun cases
that will keep drivers on course. jana katsuyama is live to show us this unique system and what the bridge will look like at night. >> reporter: that's right frank we are on the deck right now on the eastern span and we're giving you the first glimpse of the custom system. what makes it different is this. each one of these has led lights. it's going to be pretty impressive. tonight caltrans put the system to the test. as the evening commute wound down across the bay bridge. caltrans prepared to light up the new eastern span. once twilight hit the bay, caltrans hit the switch. a flood of light beams shot through the light. the new light system is meant to flood the road with light. the light poles were manufactured in nebraska. the challenge to create a diagnosal pole. >> this pole is 2 inches thick and it's strictly to be able to take the shock the of an earthquake. >> reporter: the lightnings were developed by musco's light in iowa. >> it was from scratch and designed only for this project. it's definitely a first. >> reporter: the led system costs $18 million. caltrans says it
husband then immediately return to venezuela. mirkarimi first asked that city money be used for the ticket, the mayor denied that request. >>> the shooting happened friday night on sixth street. the victim is identified as 25- year-old gary smith of oakland who died at the scene. the arrest came yesterday in union city. the suspects 24-year-old anthony pratt of union city and 24-year-old trumillion ballard are in custody facing murder charges. there's no word yet on a motive for the shooting. >>> oakland police have yet to make any arrests in a pair of shootings that injured two men. the first happened at 12:30 this morning on foothill avenue. the second happened about an hour later on 98th avenue. one man was shot there and taken to the hospital. police say he was uncooperative and his condition has not been released. >>> there's word of a protest planned for tomorrow involving san francisco's muni. demonstrators plan to mark the anniversary of the death of kenneth harding who died in a shooting with police after refusing to pay his fare. the medical examiner found if bullet that killed h
break? i to be breaking a law. >> reporter: u.s. park police arrested this protester fore disorderly conduct when he wouldn't budge from the restaurant 's entrance. activists knocked here because even though california enacted a ban july 1st on products made from force-fed birds, namely foie gras, it is back. this $20 entree on the menu in the presidio, a national park. >> immature childish behavior. they are trying to evade enforcement, but it's not going to workment they are not a sovereign nation. >> i didn't believe there would be picketers. >> reporter: even snapping a quick shot of their forbidden sliders before polishing them off. >> it's a guilty pleasure that you least have to try once. >> we almost didn't come. >> reporter: one couple invited for a birthday brought a letter of disapproval to the owner. >> if you want to overturn the law, you should work for that, but he is kind of setting himself above the law. >> i think it's unfair to their competitors. it's clearly a violation of the law. >> reporter: restaurant management declined an interview, but the said bubbin
witnesses also told us the child and others were playing a game in the pool. >> they were playing, let's hold our breath under water the longest. >> the boy was resuscitated and taken to the hospital. at this point he's said to be in serious condition. >>> a tense stand off is under way in east oakland two hours. two suspects wanted for shooting at a chp patrol car were in a home near 23rd avenue. officers then surrounded the house around 3:30 and evacuated several homes as a precaution. the men are wanted for attempted murder following a shooting on interstate 880 on saturday night. two other people were arrested earlier today in connection with that incident. no one was hurt when the chp car was hit by bullets. >>> the suspect in the colorado movie shooting made his first appearance in court today. james holmes remained silent but his orange red hair spoke volumes. some of the injured victims and those who were killed looked on. >> reporter: without fire power and body armour this accused mass killer looked anything but menacing in court today. james holmes' hair is comic book orange
mikaelian. >> and i'm frank somerville. for most of us it's unfathomable. a man armed to the teeth looking to do damage. amber lee is live in san jose to show us the mood at bay area theaters that are showing the dark knight rises. but our coverage begins with the movie that did not go as scripted. >> reporter: this graphic illustrates what some folks said as the smoke spread and they saw a silhouette on the screen of the gunman. at first they thought it was a part of the movie. then reality hit with the movies. >> we thought it was part of the movie, there was a shoot out scene. >> there was this one guy who was on all fours crawling. there was this girl spitting up blood. there were bullet holes in some people's backs, some people's arms. >> the first thing we see is a 14 or 15-year-old girl with bullets in her chest and her head, she was about to die there. >> reporter: her injured daughter has been releaseed from the hospital. >> people were running away. i hit the ground so i wouldn't be hit. >> reporter: many were hit, some fatally. >> we found out that he was shot, and that his girl
is first for robbery and car theft. >> video obtained by us shows a fight before hit and run accident that put a 29-year-old cal fire firefighter in a coma. it was shot last thanksgiving inside a jack in the box on gary street in san francisco. the defense attorney for the 24- year-old said firefighter albert bartal started it by pushing a trash can to a group of people and punching him in the face when he tried to intervene. prosecutors say he later hit the firefighter with a suv. his attorney said that someone else was doing the driving. the man was been in a coma ever since. >> a judge sentenced a man to 165 areas in prison for lifting his two daughters. a jury convicted him in may on 11 counts of committing a lewd act with a child under 14. the daughter is now 20 -- daughters testified against him. he pleaded no contest to charges he molested his stepdaughter. >>> the east oakland sports center that's been the target of burglaries is holding a fundraiser later this month. the boxing association said that robbers have taken everything from computers to boxing gloves to art supplie
drowned at a san josi pool earlier this week is now home from the hospital. a family friend gave us that news just this afternoon. the boy was playing in the pool at the west winds housing complex on monday when somebody noticed that the boy was in the moving of the firefighters say a woman who immediately gave the boy cpr saved his life. >>> new video tonight following a car crash in san josi. the accident happened around 6:45 on highway 101 north of capital expressway. san josi firefighters say three people were taken to the hospital with moderate injuries. all of them are expected to southwest the highway patrol says it's not clear what led to the crash. >> two people died and four others injured anyway chain- reaction crash in san bruno. the accident happened near the fresh of el camino real this afternoon. authorities say a pickup truck heading east struck serial vehicles that appeared to be stopped. two people inside one of the stopped vehicles were pronounced dead at scene. four others, including a child were hospitalized. >>> the highway patrol is trying to figure out how t
18 showed us the barrel they are using to collect fireworks. that station on 50th avenue. residents welcome to drop off fireworks, no questions asked. police say they plan to get rid of any fireworks they take. >> a 63-year-old man is recovering tonight after fighting off a mountain lion. he said he is still to shaken to talk abouta. it happened round one o'clock yesterday morning in the sierra foothills as the man slept next to the river. the department of fish and game took this video of the man's sleeping bag, you can see in a moment it's been ripped and torn by the claws of the big a. the man said that he was sleeping when he awoke to feel a paw on his head. >> the lion pleadly started an attack. it bit had his head, on the hands. >> reporter: fish and game said that man fought back and the mountain lion backed off running away in to the woods. thehe man had wounds leaving blood stains on his clothing. he was able to drive himself to a hospital where he was treated and released. a tracking team with dogs was dispatched to the area to try to locate him. officials with the depar
a bed, a tv. and they burned the place down using dinner rolls as candleholders. >>> it's not uncommon to see fires started by squatters staying in vacant homes. investigators say at least three june fires one in martinez, one in vallejo and one in oakland were likely started by squatters living in foreclosed or vacant homes. in oakland the fire claimed the life of one man and sent another to the hospital with serious injuries. >>> police called in to investigate a fire that left a home unlivable. the fire was first reported by neighbors who smelled smoke. when firefighters arrived no one was home. the fire appeared to have started at the back of that house. >>> one person was injured after escaping a two alarm house fire in martinez. the flames broke out at a home in trinity place at around 11:00 last night: firefighters first thought there was someone inside the home but later discovered the person was able to get out. that victim later had an asthma attack and had to be taken to the hospital. no one else was hurt. the cause of that fire is under investigation. >>> edwin ramos the m
pulled the boat out of evidence to show us the bite marks. >> he had started to paddle and go through the water will a shark grabbed the front end of it. >> reporter: wildlife experts spoke to the man. the 52-year-old fisherman from fremont was thrown from the kayak and unharmed when another boater rescued him. >> it was a white shark looking at the width of the tooth. >> reporter: police photographed a shark tooth they found lodged in the kayak. despite warnings from the sheriff's office, surfers and boogie borders flocked there. >> it is scary but i will be out here tomorrow morning. i know that sharks are out here. >> experts say a larger than usual amount of wildlife in the bay may have brought the shark into shallow water but the risk of another attack remains low. >> sightings are common. >> the kayaker did not want to be identified. they be holding on to his kayak in case others want to examine it closer. >>> there was a fatal shark attack more than 30 years ago in pacific grove. 25miles south of pleasure point in 1991, 25-year-old lewis moore was attacked by a great white sh
opposes idea of a parcel tax saying there is money to be saved from salaries to pension costs and use of resources. >> 3.3% of their calls are for fires. this is no longer a firefighting agency, the most expensive way of delivering emergency health caron the planet >> reporter: the chief said they have tightened their belt and this is a last resort. >> we recognize that everybody is facing financial challenges as well. we think we have done our part to try to cut costs and control costs. >> reporter: now if it goes through the tax we are told would generate $16 million a year but first the board has to decide if they will put it on the ballot. >> more details on a tax proposal if approved it would cost most $75 a year. apartment owners $37.50 a year. the owners of commercial property, $75 per quarter acre, the it needs two thirds approval to pass. >> new video tonight of the latest killing in oakland. about 7:30 this evening a man was shot to death at 3107, 13th avenue in east oakland. his family said he was coming home from work and died right there on his doorstep. police are l
:45, the threat of rising water. the evidence scientists point to, saying it will affect us all. >>> there is word tonight that accused colorado movie theater gunman james holmes mailed a notebook about the killings to a colorado university psychologist. the package sat unopened in the university mail room for as long as a week before it was found on monday. it contains crude drawings of a stick figure with the gun, and details of the attack. the university has a different story. the university says the package was delivered on monday, and then found the same day. it's not clear if holmes had prior contact with the psychiatrist. >>> a father killed in that massacre was laid to rest. 51-year-old gordon cowden was the oldest of the victims. >>> disability rights advocates filed a federal lawsuit today against wal-mart, claiming it refuses to make credit card payment terminals accessible to customers in wheelchairs and scooters. you would swipe your card beyond the reach of disabled customers at many of its stores. the class action lawsuit was filed in san francisco by berkely center for independent
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